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Articles from the April 1, 2017 edition

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Stable Tax Policies, Balanced Fiscal Plan Will Keep Alaska Strong

Alaska is at a tipping point, and Alaskans have a choice to make: either keep Alaska competitive and fix our fiscal crisis or continue down a path that ends in a failed economy. The KEEP Alaska Competitive Coalition, a broad-based group of Native... Full story

 

Earl W Redd: Harley Marine's New Tier 4 Tug

Portland, Oregon-based Diversified Marine has delivered the new 120-foot tractor tug Earl W Redd to Seattle-based Harley Marine, for use within its Olympic Tug & Barge division. The Earl W Redd... Full story

 

Trade with Hawaii

Although the combined population of the Hawaiian Islands is relatively small compared to most US states at about 1.5 million residents, the number has grown more than five percent since 2010, and is... Full story

 

Trade with Alaska

Alaska's fortunes have fallen with the price of oil, and the ongoing financial woes have set the state on a course for drastic measures to forestall a rapidly approaching budget shortage.... Full story

 

Who is Driving the Ship?

I attended the annual LNG Symposium sponsored by Pacific Maritime Magazine with every intention of writing an article on the status of marine LNG. The Symposium offered its usual array of industry... Full story

 

April 2017 Fidley Watch

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 15,2017 EPA to Reexamine Emission Standards for Marine Vessels WASHINGTON– Today. Department of Transportation Secretary (DOT) Elaine Chao and US Environmental... Full story

 

Above Board

New Zealand has become the latest country to adopt the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC, 2006) in an effort to improve conditions for seafarers who work on New Zealand and foreign-flagged vessels. Reportedly New Zealand labor laws already provide... Full story

 

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